The pitcher tossed his first career no-hitter on just 69 pitches as St. Joseph blanked Branson 3-0.
"It was awesome," Jones said. "Guys showed me a lot of support even though it was my first time out. It was a cool experience."
After the St. Joseph offense dominated the opening game of the doubleheader scoring 18 runs on 13 hits, Jones stole the show in round two.
Branson didn't have a base runner until a walk with two out in the sixth. The only other National to reach base came on a seventh inning error by Matthew Johnson, but he was later erased on a double play.
Jones recorded three strikeouts in the win, two coming in the fifth, right around the time where he knew a no-hitter was possible.
"I started kind of looking at it in the fifth, but I really just tried to keep my mind pretty clear of that stuff."
Jones is the third St. Joe pitcher to toss a no-hitter.
Bullpen coach Cody Cunningham and former Mustang Adam Maddox accomplished the feat in 2011 on the way to the team's first MINK Championship.